North End House

Parcel 10-1

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Collection: North End House HistoryStreet Address: 80 School StreetParcel: 10-5
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Subject property consists of a level lot, containing 4,978 square feet, having a frontage of 70.1 feet on School Street. The land is improved with a 2 1/2 story, 3 family dwelling and a garage which is of insufficient length for standard cars. A taxi business is conducted from an office in the basement of subject property.

The exterior of the dwelling has wooden clapboards with wood double/hung windows and a gable/asphalt shingled roof.

The interior of the building has been remodeled and is in good condition. There is a full cement cellar and the heat is by oil/hot water system with the hot water off the furnace. The wiring is Romex and BX, with 220 volt, 60 ampere service. One kitchen has a stainless steel sink, dishwasher and cabinets.

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~ “Parcel 10-1,” Portsmouth Public Library's Online Archives, accessed September 24, 2017, http://portsmouthexhibits.org/items/show/110.

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Dublin Core

Title

Parcel 10-1

North End House Item Type Metadata

Parcel #

10-5

Street Address

80 School Street

Owner in 1967

John and Sophie Lucas

Property Type

Residential

Prior Owner / Purchase Date

Katie Grossman / February 4, 1960

1967 Assessed Value

$6,400

1967 Taxes

$355.20

1967 Estimated Market Value

$19,500

Summary Description

Subject property consists of a level lot, containing 4,978 square feet, having a frontage of 70.1 feet on School Street. The land is improved with a 2 1/2 story, 3 family dwelling and a garage which is of insufficient length for standard cars. A taxi business is conducted from an office in the basement of subject property.

The exterior of the dwelling has wooden clapboards with wood double/hung windows and a gable/asphalt shingled roof.

The interior of the building has been remodeled and is in good condition. There is a full cement cellar and the heat is by oil/hot water system with the hot water off the furnace. The wiring is Romex and BX, with 220 volt, 60 ampere service. One kitchen has a stainless steel sink, dishwasher and cabinets.